How to Book a Mover
Often when we plan for a move, we are so worried about large and expensive items that forget about little things. Your movers should know what to expect when they arrive at your home.
What You Should Tell Your Movers
It is never too soon to start preparing for your move. Avoid last minute stress by creating a to-do list of things you need to get done during the weeks prior to moving day.
There are companies who offer the option of driving your belongings to your new home, but it is your responsibility to load and unload furniture and boxes.
You Load We Drive Service
The best way to conveniently unload and unpack your furniture and boxes at your new residence is to have a plan. Unloading and unpacking your belongings in an organized way will make your work not only easier but also more effective.
Unloading and Unpacking Tips
When you are hiring a moving company, make sure to check what their policy is on non-transportable items. This guide lists examples of items that movers cannot transport.
What Movers Will Not Move
Local moving companies and labor helpers are not permitted to transport their customers' pets. So the best way to transport pets is in the car with you.
Moving With Pets
Cedarville Self-Storage 591 E Grove St # 12, Cedarville, 49719 906-253-9580
Curtis Self Storage W17065 Main St, Curtis, 49820 906-586-6552
Garcia's Mini Storage 1328 Us Highway 2 W, Saint Ignace, 49781 906-643-9748
Hillcrest Self Storage 898 S White Rd, Cedarville, 49719 906-484-3120
Moverscorp.com has provided these listings which are public information drawn from the local internet directories and from our partner companies. To inquire about storage prices, availability, and units sizes please call the phone numbers listed above. Remeber, the cheapest storage unit is not always the best value. Secure and clean storage facility prices are usually higher than other places, but it's totally worth it.